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Why is does divorce eventually spell M-O-N-E-Y?


by canonsnapper

Question by ko_Oties: Why is does divorce eventually spell M-O-N-E-Y?
If A-Rod’s estranged wife files for divorce, she could claim half of his vast fortune — as well as their three opulent homes and private jet, experts say.

“He’ll be working on her farm team for the next couple of years,” famed divorce lawyer Raul Felder said.

Baring an ironclad prenuptial agreement, Cynthia Rodriguez “has an excellent argument” that the Yankee slugger reached his celebrity zenith in their five years of marriage.

“You’re going to need armies of accountants here because somebody has to compute what the celebrity status is worth,” Felder said. “When we look back it may turn out that she ends up with more than half.”

And what a half it is:

A-Rod earns about $ 29 million a year from the Yankees, more than the entire payroll of the Florida Marlins. He makes an additional $ 6 million annually in commercial endorsements. Sports Illustrated has estimated he’ll make $ 445 million over the course of what would be a 24-year baseball career at the end of his newly inked $ 275 million, 10-year contract with the Bombers.

A-Rod and his wife own a $ 12 million, 8,310-square-foot mansion near Coral Gables, Fla., and recently bought a $ 13.5 million penthouse on the upper East Side.
The reigning American League MVP owns millions of dollars in rental properties in New York and Florida. He also owns a 22-seat Gulfstream jet worth more than $ 30 million.
Divorce experts also said Rodriguez could wind up paying a heavy chunk of his income on child support for the couple’s two children, 3-year-old Natasha and 10-week-old Ella Alexander.
Tater bug. ( ^ _ ^ ) That’s a cute name.
I don’t recall anyone forcing you to answer my question “Butt pain” I mean “Box of rain.” ( ^ _ ^ )

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Answer by tater bug
trust me, he’ll be ok. dont look for him in the welfare line anytime soon.

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3 comments - What do you think?  Posted by - March 11, 2011 at 6:14 pm

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Making Money with Real Estate Investing Course

Making Money with Real Estate Investing Course
Im going to unveil some of the most closely guarded secrets of the top real estate investors, secrets that have never been revealed to the public ever before, real tactics that people are using to make their first ,000 to ,000 with real estate.
Making Money with Real Estate Investing Course

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Who’s going to make more money from AZ’s immigration law; the crooked lawyers or the private prison system?

Question by greasytony: Who’s going to make more money from AZ’s immigration law; the crooked lawyers or the private prison system?
It’s seem that these two giants are going to be the only ones benefiting from this immigration bill. Who’s going to make more money and why?

http://blogs.phoenixnewtimes.com/bastard/2010/05/jan_brewers_conflict_of_intere.php#
Jan Brewer’s CCA Money and Her Possible Conflict of Interest Over SB 1070

In all, seven executives with the Tennessee-based private prisons giant Corrections Corporation of America contributed $ 980 for the governor’s start-up fund with Arizona’s clean elections system. A warden for one of CCA’s Arizona prisons gave $ 100. A CCA shareholder gave $ 140.

“The more folks that get pulled over and detained, the more money CCA makes,” said Monica Sandschafer, executive director of the Phoenix immigrant rights group LUCHA, which stands for Living United for Change in Arizona. “It’s a pretty disturbing connection between Brewer and this company.”

http://blogs.phoenixnewtimes.com/bastard/2010/04/russell_pearces_sb1070_welfare.php
Russell Pearce’s SB1070: Welfare for Anti-Immigration Lawyers, Says Attorney David Selden

In this video by Dennis Gilman, Phoenix attorney David Selden describes how the bill is a huge boondoggle, which will line the pockets of nativist lawyers such as Kris Kobach, the guy being paid $ 300 per hour to advise Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s deputies on immigration law.

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Answer by David
know any poor lawyers?

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Retire Early – Offshore Investments, Banking & Money

Retire Early – Offshore Investments, Banking & Money
I retired at 43 with the standard 401k, annuity and some stock from a corporation. Then I found out where I could make some real money and went back to work. Now I am retired and working! Life could not get better!
Retire Early – Offshore Investments, Banking & Money

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Q&A: Have small paying job. How do I find a divorce lawyer when i have no money? Legal Aid won’t help.?


by jwinfred

Question by Pat B: Have small paying job. How do I find a divorce lawyer when i have no money? Legal Aid won’t help.?
Husband took pictures of my daughter while showering. He has a policeman friend that “owed him a favor”. All evidence conveniently disappeared from police station. Lawyers want about $ 3000 up front. I have no money, only a job at Wal-mart. There is property involved. Husband has a good job, transportation, bank accounts in his name, Property is in both our names. Where do I go from here? How can I retain a lawyer when I have no money? Please help. He is getting away with everything. Thanks for any help to my question.

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Answer by o+ve
About as useful as a Condom vending machine in the Vatican.

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3 comments - What do you think?  Posted by - February 10, 2011 at 12:11 am

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Jim Hood’s Money

A quick look at who’s giving to Jim Hood, and maybe even why.

An award video, presented at the 2010 Awards Banquet, “An Evening With the Trial Stars,” sponsored by the Consumer Attorneys of San Diego. Featuring the music of Dax Pierson and Subtle. Dedicated to Narmin Rahim (1953-2010)
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5 comments - What do you think?  Posted by - February 7, 2011 at 3:17 pm

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Q&A: Phen Fen? Was it really bad for you or just another trial lawyer money grab?

Question by sailingmariner: Phen Fen? Was it really bad for you or just another trial lawyer money grab?
I was on Phen Fen in 1998. I’m 5’9″, weighed about 240lbs when I started, but my weight did get up to 260 at one time or another (before I started). Phen Fen worked great for me. I lost 2 to 3 lbs a week, ate healthy, had no cravings, etc. etc. I eventually got to where I would take a “maintenance” dose of P-F one or two times a week, my weight was maintained at 185 to 190lbs and I just felt great. Well, after it was taken off the market, my weight crept up again, the same thing, I eat when I am not hungry, even eat when I am stuffed. P-F stopped that for me. I would rather take the chance of whatever it was P-F was supposed to cause, than the chance I am taking with my health now that I am overweight again. What exactly was it that P-F caused and was it just 1 case out of a million, overexagerrated, or was it a legitimate concern? I did get myself checked and whatever it was supposed to cause, I did not have it.

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Answer by panther_nut
the problem with the drug combination if i am not mistaken was stenosis of the heart. this affects the valves and there ability to open and close this reduces the amount of blood the body gets and causes the heart to try and compensate by becoming bigger cardiomeglia. this condition leads to heart failure. it did not cause that many deaths because the problem was discover. the number of people that have the condition is however very common. so the risk is not overexagerrated.

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